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*The 4 members of Grimis, guitarist Lyle Brewer, saxaphone player/vocalist David Tanklefsky, drummer Peter Michelinie, and bassist Andy Doherty have been playing together since 1998 when they were in the Doherty Middle School concert band.The band officially formed when they were sophomores in Andover High School in 2001. They played mostly jazz fusion.The group helped out Andover Youth services by organizing comedy nights, hiking trips, and other events. They also helped other bands in booking and promoting their own gigs.  
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Thanksgiving became a national holiday in 1863.  Andover followed the New England tradition. A description can be found in the Andover Townsman's article, "Enjoying a slice of Thanksgiving's past in Andover," published on November 27, 2014 (p. 10).
  
  
*After 6 years together they released an album ''Poets, Assassins, and Shepherds''. That same year they decided to go their separate ways.  
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The Feaster Five Road Race became a Thanksgiving day tradition beginning in 1988. Approximately 400 runners participated that year. Now, more than 10,000 runners begin Thanksgiving Day with the race.   
 
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*In 2008 they got together again to make a U.S. tour. A good friend and former Andover High classmate, Grant Guliano, created an hour-long documentary of this tour, ''Grimis Tours the States'' and issued their third album ''Grimis''.
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*In 2010 former group members Andrew Doherty, Pete Michelinie and David Tanklefsky went to Kenya with Andover Youth Services founder Bill Fahey to record the album ''I Am the One'' with the students of Margaret Okari School. Many of the school's students were orphaned by AIDS and proceeds from the record went to fund the school. They toured the East Coast in 2010 to promote the new album.
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*Members of the groups have become sidemen playing with nationally-recognized projects such as Sarah Borges, Broken Singles, Emil & Friends, and Quiet Life. Doherty has spent time recording with the Maasai tribe in Africa. Michelinie has created 17th century style furniture and converted vans to run on vegetable oil. Tanklefsky has worked as a journalist and  a play-by-play announcer.
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*Making Old Town Hall Rock! Apollo Sunshine and Grimis in Concert.(photos) ''Andover Townsman'', 5/25/2006, page 19.
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*"Enjoying a slice of Thanksgiving's past in Andover," ''Andover Townsman'', November 27, 2014, p. 10.
 
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*Grimis Enjoying Competition; Fresh from the Emergenza Music Festival.(second place in regional finals)''Andover Townsman'', 5/25/2006, page 19.
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*After Six-Year Run, Grimis Prepares its Summer Swan Song. ''Eagle Tribune'', 6/24/2004, page 23.
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*Andover Band Embarking on Two-Month US Tour.(release of ''Grimis'', third album, portrait) Andover Townsman, 8/14/2008, page 15.
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*A Dream Takes Flight-in an Orange '86 Chevy.'' Andover Townsman'', 8/21/2008,page 17.
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*Pacific Coast Clubs Embrace Grimis. Grimis on the Road. ''Andover Townsman'', 9/11/2008,pages 7,8.
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*Movie of Grimis Tour Premieres,With Show. ''Andover Townsman'', 12/17/2009, page 6.
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*Grimis Back to Old Stomping Grounds, With a Purpose.(portrait of the group) ''Andover Townsman'', 4/21/2011, page 12.
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Latest revision as of 11:46, 12 December 2014

Thanksgiving became a national holiday in 1863. Andover followed the New England tradition. A description can be found in the Andover Townsman's article, "Enjoying a slice of Thanksgiving's past in Andover," published on November 27, 2014 (p. 10).


The Feaster Five Road Race became a Thanksgiving day tradition beginning in 1988. Approximately 400 runners participated that year. Now, more than 10,000 runners begin Thanksgiving Day with the race.


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  • "Enjoying a slice of Thanksgiving's past in Andover," Andover Townsman, November 27, 2014, p. 10.


--Kim 10:46, December 12, 2014 (EST)

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